The capital of New Mexico and shining star of the American Southwest, Santa Fe inspires visitors to new heights, offers a bounty of relaxing and exciting attractions, and unleashes ancient history upon the present.
Cradled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico is renowned for its Native American heritage sites, historical affiliations with Spanish exploration and settlement, and the contemporary food scene. The city, founded in 1610 as a Spanish colony, is one of the oldest continuously occupied European settlements in the country. Travel along the historic streets lined with Pueblo style red-brick buildings, strewn with chili lights and cast in the light of the dying southern sun.
Santa Fe continuously attracts visitors to experience the wonder of traveling in time, exploring the past through various attractions like the Palace of Governors, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, and the San Miguel Mission. Between the food scene, recreational attractions, and historical trails through the city, your group will have a hard time deciding what to do first!